Many folks think just because Ryan Locthe fabricated a story about a robbery, he may lose multi-dollar endorsements. May not. True, Speedo dropped him like a hot potato. I guess they thought it wasn’t a good fit. However, rumors have it that several companies are still considering him for a spoke person. The list might include hair coloring companies, Just for Men, Clairol and Revlon. Apparently, there’s no truth to the rumor that the Hair Club for Men was ready to sign him up as spoke person. Also American Media, Inc. can’t be ruled out. They publish the superstore rags The National Inquirer, Star, The Globe, National Examiner, Sun, and Weekly World News. Another contender could be True Confession Magazine. Let’s not forget the National Rifle Association. Hey, if he was armed, he never would’ve been robbed by an armed security person.
Are there any other companies considering using Lochte for endorsements?
For e-books by me, visit http://smashwords.com/profile/view/monteranderson. Follow me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/monteranderson Follow my blog at http://monteranderson-author.com or https://monteranderson.wordpress.com.